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Kleine Kinder in Kirgistan – lokale Ansprüche und globale Einflüsse

  • Doris Bühler NiederbergerEmail author
  • Jessica Schwittek
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Part of the Kinder, Kindheiten und Kindheitsforschung book series (KKK, volume 4)

Zusammenfassung

Seit mehreren Jahren erforschen wir das Aufwachsen von Kindern mit dem theoretischen Konzept der generationalen Ordnung. Dieser Zugang eignet sich, den Blick für Merkmale von Lebensphasen zu schärfen – insbesondere Kindheit und Jugend – wie auch diese Charakteristika als relevante Strukturmerkmale einer Gesellschaft oder von sozialen Gruppen zu erkennen (Bühler-Niederberger 2011).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Bergischen UniversitätBildungs- und SozialwissenschaftenWuppertalDeutschland
  2. 2.Bergischen UniversitätBildungs- und SozialwissenschaftenWuppertalDeutschland

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